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NIKOLAI SHURYGUIN (1957), RUSSIAN REALIST PAINTER – Studying multi layered painting

ACHIEVING THE INCREDIBLE REALISM OF DEPICTED SUBJECT – Nikolai Shurygin: perfecion, whether a human face or any texture. He was born in 1957 in Kimry and in 1979 he graduated at Moscow School of applied arts. His works are in private collections located in Russia and USA, Saudi Arabia and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky local museum (Russia). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKnk8NIaL8M During 10 years he has …

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PAINTING EXPRESSIVE POWER OF FACES AND ATTITUDES – Kostya Lupanov: funny paintings and irresponsible garbage

KOSTYA LUPANOV 1/3 – He studied at the State University of Culture and Art, Krasnodar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7Zd1HYaazg He was born in 1977 in Krasnodar (Russia), where he still lives and works. http://meetingbenches.com/2017/05/krasnodar-krai-russian-inner-landscapes/ He seems to really love playing, around with paint. Almost everything that he knows about himself, he has learnt from others. KOSTYA LUPANOV 2/3 – First from the heart …

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KOSTYA LUPANOV (1977), RUSSIAN PAINTER – He seems to really love playing around with paint

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PAINTER, WHO DON’T PROVIDE INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW HIS PAINTINGS SHOULD BE INTERPRETED – Victor Bregeda and the air landscapes

VICTOR BREGEDA 1/3 – He is an Russian painter working in the surrealism and metarealism styles. He was born in the Russian city of Taganrog into a family of painters. http://bregeda.com/ After attending art school in Russia, Bregeda developed his personal interpretation of creative art, that put himself in sharp contrast with his academic art training. He was attracted by …

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VICTOR BREGEDA (1963), RUSSIAN PAINTER – When in meta-realism is important to experience magnetism and light

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WHAT TOLSTOY WAS FOR RUSSIAN LITERATURE, REPIN WAS FOR RUSSIAN PAINTING – Ilya Yefimovich Repin: power and drama of historical subjects

ILYA YEFIMOVIC REPIN 1/3 – In the second half of the nineteenth century, he was one of the major representatives of Russian art culture. He learned the rudiments of painting at an icon painter, then studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg and traveling to France (where he met Édouard Manet, confronting Impressionism) and also in Italy. …

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ILYA YEFIMOVIC REPIN (1844/1930), RUSSIAN PAINTER – An unsurpassed portraiture in all depicted subjects

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WOMAN, WHO PAINTS USING A TECHNIQUE FIVE CENTURIES OLD – Madeline von Foerster, American painter who loves Renaissance art

MADELINE VON FOERSTER 1/3 – She was born in San Francisco, but she is an American artist, who resides in Cologne. To create her unusual paintings she uses a technique five centuries old. She is a graduate of the California College of Arts and Crafts http://www.madelinevonfoerster.com/ She works with oil and egg tempera, similar to Flemish Renaissance artists, with work …

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MADELINE VON FOERSTER, (1973), AMERICAN PAINTER – When paintings are passionately relevant to the present

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LONG LIFE AND MANY LOVES OF AMERICAN PAINTER – Romaine Brooks: the woman who seized every opportunity to assert her independence

ROMAINE BROOKS 1/3 – She is in all the greatest stories of the twentieth-century painting. She was born in Rome. She became a painter away from the artistic movements of her time, inspired by the symbolist school, specializing in portraits, where many shades of gray dominated. Her parents returned to the United States, but she preferred spend almost her entire …

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